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Janette is a natural and accessible leader. She creates safe spaces to explore complex issues and knows how to meet people where they are at. She is a bridge-builder. She helps people of different life experiences and points of view better understand themselves and each other in order to foster personal growth and community change.
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I enjoyed the author’s brevity and clear writing style. She has gleaned bits of wisdom from her years of business and church leadership and sets them out in chapters that are honest and action-oriented. I specifically appreciated her willingness to show vulnerability and write about her personal growth experience through transitions in her personal and professional life. Good read for business or church leaders or anyone who wants to better their communication effectiveness!
“I started reading this book and couldn’t put it down, a key focus was on following through and I will often get started on a book and not have time to complete it, today was the start of a new chapter for me and you need to check it out!! Completed all of it and it was done well!! It reinforced some strategies that I strongly believe in and gave some really practical formulas to implement into use for Leaders and Lay Members!! Great Job Janette Braverman!